About Department of Education Leadership, Management and Policy
The Department of Educational Leadership, Management and Policy is dedicated to serving students seeking educational leadership roles in public, private and parochial schools, colleges, universities, non-profit organizations and other education policy organizations. Programs of study leading to the degrees Master of Arts, Educational Specialist, Doctor of Education and Doctor of Philosophy are individualized to meet student needs. Candidates may broaden their knowledge and understanding of the process of education, improve their professional techniques or prepare for leadership positions or careers in the human service professions. Academic excellence, service, managerial competence, ethics, diversity, values and visionary leadership are department programmatic goals.
The department is at home in a state-of-the-art facility on the Seton Hall campus, yet is also takes its programs to many other educational and government sites that offer the technology to keep pace with current training requirements. Many courses are available in the evening and on weekends to meet the needs of working professionals.
- Online M.A./Ed.S. in Education Leadership, Management and Policy
- Executive M.A./Ed.S. program in Education Leadership, Management and Policy
- M.A., Higher Education and Student Affairs
- M.A., Police Graduate Studies Program
- Online M.A., Police Graduate Studies Program
- Ed.S., Police Graduate Studies
- Ed.D., K-12 School Administration
- Executive Ed.D., K-12 School Administration
- Ed.D., Higher Education Leadership, Management and Policy
- Ph.D., Higher Education Leadership, Management and Policy
- Ph.D., Education Research, Assessment, and Program Evaluation
Location & Facilities
Jubilee Hall. With six stories and more than 126,000 square feet of academic space, this structure provides a home for the Stillman School of Business, the College of Education and Human Services, the New Jersey Center for Civic and Law-Related Education and the Departments of Political Science, Psychology, Public and Healthcare Administration, and Sociology and Anthropology. It contains 156 faculty and administrative offices and 30 teaching spaces, from seminar rooms that seat eight people to an auditorium seating 390.
It also features a central, three-story sky-lit atrium where students and faculty can congregate informally. A major feature of the building is the technological capabilities it brings to the teaching and learning processes. These include fixed and flexible seating classrooms with the most contemporary information and distance-learning technologies that facilitate the transmission of lectures all over the world; laboratories with one-way observation mirrors; and classrooms with terminals for portable computers.